Cory Booker’s 2020 Campaign is Low on Funds

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As time passes, the stakes in the 2020 presidential election only get higher. This is remarkably true for Democrat candidates who are in fierce competition with one another and eager to win their party’s nomination.

There are many factors which contribute to the success, or lack thereof, of a presidential campaign. Some of those factors include connecting with Americans, knowing how to run a campaign, and gathering the funds to remain in the race.

The latter is an area which 2020 Democrat Cory Booker is having unique issues with. Yesterday morning, Booker released a series of fascinating tweets about the state of his presidential campaign; in a nutshell, the campaign is low on funds and won’t last without raising “$1.7 million by September 30.”

Everything You Need to Know about Cory Booker’s Struggling Campaign

Booker explained the dismal state of his presidential campaign in a series of tweets. First, he started by confirming his campaign manager’s claims that Booker 2020 will be no more unless they recieve $1.7 million dollars before the end of the third quarter. Booker captioned this tweet by stating that he can’t walk alone and values vulnerability.

In Booker’s own words:

He then followed up by stating the the gravity of the above tweet is serious and not just a cash grab.

Finally, Booker urged both supporters and undecided Democrat voters to pitch in for the sake of saving his campaign. The 2020 furthermore described the state of his campaign as facing a “herculean challenge” which “can be done.”

Will Booker Gather the Necessary Funds to Continue His 2020 Presidential Campaign?

Only time will only tell whether or not Booker gathers the necessary funds to remain in the 2020 race. Thus far, the 2020 Democrat’s tweets have garnered significant attention. Individuals on the left-wing are subsequently urging Democrat voters to chip in if Booker’s continued competition is of interest to them.

Over the course of Booker’s campaign, he communicated support for mandatory buyback programs and Medicare-for-All. He’s also maintained that doing away with laws which prohibit the transmission of HIV/AIDS is a good idea. A video of Booker explaining his opposition to the aforementioned laws comes shortly after his appeals for more campaign funds.

See for yourself: